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If you thought women who rock glasses can't dibble and dabble in makeup -- you're wrong.

The term "four eyes" is long gone and now women who wear glasses are getting the recognition they have always deserved. Glasses have come a long way over the years and now you can incorporate your sense of style while wearing your daily specs.
If you're a makeup fan and you wear glasses, don't let that get in the way of you applying mascara or eyeshadow on the daily. You can still beat your face while wearing your favorite pair of glasses -- these quick and easy tips will make wearing glasses fun and leave you feeling glamorous.

Add Eyeshadow Primer To Bridge Of Nose

If you wear glasses than you know the struggle of glasses constantly sliding down your nose. To prevent this from happening throughout the day, apply some eyeshadow primer to the bridge of your nose.

Use Specific Mascara

When apply mascara, make sure you use a mascara that adds volume to your lashes and not curls. This will prevent your lashes from hitting your glasses.

Keep Your Brows Groomed

Whether you pencil in your brows or not, wearing glasses isn't an excuse to not still maintain your brows. Keep them in tip top shop. Brows are still a major focal point despite your glasses.

Draw Attention To Your Lower Lash Line

Make your eyes pop by adding a bright color or dark winged liner to your bottom lash line.

Color Coordinate Your Glasses With Your Makeup

Color coordinating your makeup to your glasses is fun and draws attention to your entire face. Have fun with it.

Ladies, how do you rock your glasses with makeup?

A tip from the great Michelle Phan is to outline the frames with white eyeliner and do your makeup within the boundaries to keep from overlapping your eye makeup with your frames
Yes!!!! I always focus on the lower lash line this is a total hack for glasses. Great post!
I have to try these...I am guilty of the brows tho...gotta pay more attention to them.
that's an amazing tip! thanks so much for sharing :) @MichelleHolly
Thanks @TessStevens ! I agree, with or without glasses -- the lower lash line is so important.